The screenshot below gives the unsurprising proof of Web Inspector on Linux (click to enlarge):
What about other WebKit-based application? If your application is using QtWebKit, it is almost trivial to enable the Web Inspector. You can use the action available from QWebView::pageAction or trigger it directly using QWebView::triggerPageAction, in both cases passing QWebPage::InspectElement as the action. Easy enough, isn't it?
(*) Before, it is only possible if you run Safari under Wine
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